How to get first dibs on that Coldplay in Manila ticket
Sep 13, 2016 9:00:00 AM
As many fans know by now, Coldplay will not be performing in November of this year. Instead, the “Head Full of Dreams” tour will happen in 2017. With 4 months left in the year, we should all start getting ready for a once in a lifetime experience, but how?
START SAVING UP SOME CASH, BUT HOW MUCH?
We’re making a guess-timate based on 2 factors:
According to Inquirer Lifestyle, both Coldplay and U2 have been booked by promoters at SM MOA Arena.
2. Artist comparison
Coldplay is an old soul favorite who has achieved commercial international success during the 2000s with hits like “Yellow”, “The Scientist”, “Viva La Vida”, and “Fix You”. To make a comparison, we can peg Maroon 5 and Taylor Swift, two artists who have enjoyed similar success. Both also performed at MOA Arena, and have visited 2-3 times.
|Ticket Type||Maroon 5 (2015)||Taylor Swift (2014)||Coldplay Guesstimate|
P12, 720- 16,430
|Lower Box A||
P10, 600- 10,090
|Lower Box B||
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A CREDIT CARD TO BUY TICKETS ONLINE
T. Swift’s Red Tour concert sold out within 90 minutes. SM Online Ticket’s system crashed when Sam Smith sold tickets online. Coldplay? It’s going to be war.
NO CREDIT CARD? USE PAYMAYA TO BUY TICKETS ONLINE
Not everyone has a credit card, and that’s a huge disadvantage for a lot of Coldplay fans. But now, everyone has a chance to score a ticket online. PayMaya is a free app that lets you buy online items like concert tickets, movie tickets, flight tickets, and more, without a credit card! (Read: Top 13 Places Where You Can use PayMaya)
All you have to do is:
1. Download PayMaya free on Google Play Store or the App Store.
2. Make sure to load up your PayMaya account with cash (Read: How to Load Up Your PayMaya account)
3. Buy your tickets at SMTickets.com. At the payment page, enter your PayMaya details (Read: Getting to know your PayMaya details)
Just a couple of months left to go! Can’t wait for Coldplay? Turn the music up.
If you’re stuck in traffic or in your daily commute, you can listen to Coldplay on-the-road without wifi or data. This is as close as we’re going to get for now! (Read: FREE 30 DAYS: Listen to Music On-the-Road Without Wifi or Data).